New work led by several universities, including Johns Hopkins, shows neural networks built from biased Internet data teach robots to enact toxic stereotypes.
Johns Hopkins University From ACM News | July 18, 2022
The use of artificial intelligence to test food and beverages to determine whether labels accurately indicate their content.
Sandrine Ceurstemont Commissioned by CACM Staff From ACM News | July 7, 2022
A general-purpose optimizer aims to speed development of autonomous robotic systems by using an optimization code that automatically determines how to boost performance...MIT News From ACM TechNews | June 28, 2022
The growing threat of wildfires in the U.S. has created opportunities for technology companies offering artificial intelligence solutions to help bring them under...Bloomberg From ACM TechNews | June 24, 2022
Intelligent beings learn by interacting with the world. Artificial intelligence researchers have adopted a similar strategy to teach their virtual agents new skills...Quanta Magazine From ACM News | June 24, 2022
Microsoft India group head and director of government affairs Ashutosh Chadha said cybercrime costs economies more than $6 trillion (Rs. 4.6 crore crore) each year...Oneindia From ACM News | June 24, 2022